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1982 Yeats’s Late Plays: ‘A High Grave Dignity and Strangeness’, by Richard Allen Cave (text). Chatterton Lecture on Poetry, delivered by Dr Matthew Bevis, on 1 November 2012 (venue: The British Academy). Verily I am an odd bird', Edward Lear wrote in his diary in 1860.

1982 Yeats’s Late Plays: ‘A High Grave Dignity and Strangeness’, by Richard Allen Cave (text). 1981 The Fabric of Dryden’s Verse, by Richard Luckett (text). 1980 Philip Sidney’s Toys, by Katherine Duncan-Jones (text). 1979 Poetry and the Computer: Some Quantitative Aspects of the Style of Sylvia Plath, by C S Butler (text). This lecture examined a range of odd encounters between birds and people in Lear's paintings, illustrations, and poems.

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Poetry; Richard Allen Cave, Yeats's Late Plays: "A High Grave. Richard Allen Cave is Reader in Drama in the University of London. and currently teaches in the Department ofDrama and Theatre Studies, The Hail. Dignity and Strangeness"; Elizabeth Cullingford (e., Yeats: Poems, 1919-1935: a Selection qf Critical Essays; Herbert].

To my old friend and adviser. As this was the late Sixties, I was soon commissioned to write a book called ‘Prodigy'. It was the John Keats – James Dean – Janis Joplin thing.

In this remarkable detective novel Peter Ackroyd investigates the death of Thomas Chatterton, the eighteenth-century poet-forger and genius, whose life ended under mysterious circumstances.

In this remarkable detective novel Peter Ackroyd investigates the death. In this remarkable detective novel Peter Ackroyd investigates the death of Thomas Chatterton, the eighteenth-century poet-forger and genius, whose life ended under mysterious circumstances.

Monody on the Death of Chatterton" was composed by Samuel Taylor Coleridge in 1790 and was rewritten throughout his lifetime. The poem deals with the idea of Thomas Chatterton, a poet who committed suicide, as representing the poetic struggle. The 1790 version was part of Coleridge's collecting his juvenilia in 1793. It was first printed in 1794 as a preface to Chatterton's Poems supposed to have been written at Bristol, by Thomas Rowley and Others, in the Fifteenth Century

Late one October afternoon in the year 1924 a shabby young man gazed with fixed intensity through the window of a third class compartment in the almost empty train labouring up the Penowell Valley from Swansea.

Late one October afternoon in the year 1924 a shabby young man gazed with fixed intensity through the window of a third class compartment in the almost empty train labouring up the Penowell Valley from Swansea. All that day Manson had travelled from the North, changing at Carlisle and Shrewsbury, yet the final stage of his tedious journey to South Wales found him strung to a still greater excitement by the prospects of his post, the first of his medical career, in this strange, disfigured country

Chatterton’s suicide in a London garret at the age of seventeen, the victim of starvation and despair, enhanced his social and literary significance to an archetypal level.

Chatterton’s suicide in a London garret at the age of seventeen, the victim of starvation and despair, enhanced his social and literary significance to an archetypal level. The life and death of Chatterton coincided with new awarenesses of political ideas, individual potentialities, class differences, and the stultifying narrowness of provincial life. In contrast to the ephemerality and shoddinesses of commercial practice and political maneuver, to an age suffused with a revolutionary spirit Chatterton’s peculiar vigor of imagination and apparent martyrdom seemed purer and more spiritual.

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ISBN13: 978-0856724565

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Author: Richard Cave

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Publisher: Longwood Pr Ltd (June 1, 1984)

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